Regal Executive Villas

Address: Birmingham Gardens, Newcastle, New South Wales, 2299, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Birmingham Gardens, Newcastle, is near Blackbutt Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Picking up the caravan

A travel blog entry by clarkewa on Dec 23, 2014

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Picked up our new van today. It is a 23 foot 6 inch Golden Eagle. It looks great. Has 2 x 150 watt solar panels with a 2000 watt inverter, 2 x 95 litre water tanks and a grey water tank, queen size bed cafe style seating, tv, microwave and a big fridge. Now to get it home and ...


A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Sep 25, 2014

This is the first day of my course so have left Lynn to sort herself out for the day. The clouds are rolling in and rain and storms have been forecast so she has decided to stay put and have a day of catching up on some house/caravan work. Laundry, cleaning and ...

News from Newcastle

A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... and chatted to Aunty Rach. I'm at Newcastle Uni sitting in the library waiting for him to finish his exam. Time to download some photos, ring the family and update the blog. We leave from here to go straight to the airport. With much sadness no doubt. My flight leaves at 8:10pm. Not so sure I'd rather be in Canada right now....

The uni is akin to a resort with all these trees around! The lounges are decidedly comfy too. I think I might curl up for a nap!

Gourmet delights

A travel blog entry by annebk on May 25, 2014

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Life on the road is hard, pffft, what an adventure, loving it all. Fresh caught fish with garden salad for lunch, oh of course, a nice glass of white to compliment it. Dinner was spinach pie made in the turbo/convection oven, need some practice using it, just a bit different from a normal ...

Dainggatti, Biripi, Worimi and Awabakal

A travel blog entry by thegordonfamily on Apr 05, 2014

South first, on familiar roads but seeing them again with
different eyes. A strange feeling to know we won’t be coming back via this way
and for quite some time.
From Gumbayngirr, we crossed over in to the close Dainggatti, Biripi and Worimi nations.
The people we have come to know and culture we have learnt
about from the Salt Water Fresh Water Festivals over the last few years.
As we cross the rough boarders, we only have the map to go
by which ...

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